E-safety

Please go to the bottom of this page for the latest updates.

We all want our children to benefit from a great resource like the internet but keeping children safe online is one of the big challenges facing us today. That’s why schools and parents need to work together to help educate our children about how to be safe online.

All of the websites listed below provide excellent information, resources and advice on what we can all do to keep children safe online. We hope parents will find them useful.

ThinkUKnow

Think U Know

A great e-safety website with lots of advice for parents. Run by CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection), a command of the UK’s National Crime Agency.

 

KidSmart KidSMART

Kidsmart website provides a wealth of good advice and resources for schools and parents.

 

InternetMatters

Internet Matters

Internet Matters is a not-for-profit organisation working with online safety experts. It aims to provide all the information you need to keep your children safe online.

ZipItBlockItFlagIt

Click Clever Click Safe

Part of the Think U Know website, this page provides more information on the Click Clever Click Safe campaign which forms the core of St. Adrian’s E-safety code.

Childnet

Childnet International

Childnet’s mission is to work in partnership with others around the world to help make the internet a great and safe place for children. 

NSPCCShareAware

NSPCC – Share Aware

Part of the NSPCCs website highlighting online safety.

Swansea

Learn ICT – Internet Safety Resources

A great page of links for E-safety resources aimed at Primary school children.

If you find any other resources you think we should be sharing please do let us know.

UPDATE: 17.7.16

One of our parents has sent in this document from the Hertforshire Constabulary with lots of links to E-safety resources. Thank you!

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UPDATE: 17.7.16 – POKEMON GO

You may have a child playing the Pokemon Go game. If so you should be aware that both the NSPCC and the police have issued warnings over the safety of using the game. The NSPCC have produced a very useful guide on what to be aware of which you can read here.

NSPCC - Pokemon Go

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